Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAY.com
GRAVENHURST — Nora Brosnahan loves strolling the Muskoka Wharf.
But she can’t stand the unsightly flotsam bobbing along the shoreline at one of Muskoka’s prime tourist attractions.
So the Bracebridge — yes, Bracebridge — resident took it upon herself to rake in some of the debris caught up in the cattails in front of the Muskoka Fleet, which is painting and preparing the Segwun and Wenonah II for another season at A.P. Cockburn Square.
She hopes her singular efforts might “embarrass” the town in to doing some more cleanup along the Lake Muskoka waterfront.
A little help for her would go a long way to enhancing the popular summer parkland, she maintains.
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